Oh my cuteness! Little People, Big World star Tori Roloff took to Instagram to share a sweet snap of her (seriously adorable) son, Jackson, and he showed off his new teeth! The mother-of-one wrote in the caption, “There are not enough hours in the day. Not because I didn’t get to the dishes or finish the laundry. But because there aren’t enough hours in the day to hang with this guy.” She continued, “I actually miss him when he goes to bed and literally can’t wait for him to wake up. I love you so much you toothy grin mister mister [sic].” BRB, crying!

Immediately, people began commenting on the pic, with many agreeing that it’s impossible for him to get any cuter! “So cute, I could just eat him up! You are a great mom. Enjoy the little things,” one person wrote. Another added, “He’s never taken a bad picture!” A third chimed in, “How can one baby be so cute?! He’s literally the cutest!”

Earlier this week, the reality TV mama gave fans an update on her growing boy — just in time for his eight-month birthday! “And somehow Jackson is [eight] months old,” the 26-year-old wrote in the caption. “This stage is hands down my favorite (so far). He’s so happy and smiley all the time and I fall more in love with him every. Single. Day.” She continued, “Jackson says ‘dada’ on a regular basis but mom’s not counting it until he figures out what he’s actually saying,” Tori wrote. “We love you Baby J. You make our world brighter every day. Ps. You’re [sic] new ‘squishy face’ melts me daily.”

Tori loves to share updates on her son’s growth, and fans are hoping that each update will continue to be positive, considering all of the health issues that Jackson can face as he gets older. J was diagnosed with achondroplasia, which is the same type of dwarfism that Jackson’s daddy, Zach, has. But the couple is prepared to parent Jackson throughout any obstacle that comes his way.

“You have to encourage a dwarf child a little more because it will take them five steps to do what others can do in two,” Zach, 27, previously explained. “But I knew, dwarf or not, I was going to parent my child with the mentality that not everyone gets a trophy. You have to earn it.”

Little People, Big World reportedly returns this spring.

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